# Undergraduate Scholarships

## For more information on Scholarships

Contact the Math Department at 360-650-3785, Bond Hall 202 or math.department@wwu.edu.

## Mathematics Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship honors all former Mathematics Department Faculty. Declared majors in the Department of Mathematics are eligible for the scholarships, valued at an expected range of $500-$1250. Recipients should have one of the highest grade point averages in the Department of Mathematics.

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**Application Link: **Mathematics Memorial e-sign application form

## Richard Greene Undergraduate Scholarship

Scholarships are for students who pass the Putnam Examination with strong scores. The number and amount of awards will vary year to year.

## Robert Jewett Scholarship

This scholarship honors former Mathematics Department faculty member, Robert Jewett. Bob was best known for his collaboration with Al Hales on the Hales-Jewett theorem, one of the most important results in Ramsey theory that appears in lists of the “most significant mathematical theorems” type.

One award of $4,000 is available to declared majors in the Department of Mathematics who can demonstrate financial need.

Eligible students must have junior or senior standing for the 2023-24 academic year, and have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 in the Department of Mathematics.

Applicants will be evaluated on the basis of academic excellence and potential in mathematics.

**Deadline: **

**Application Link: **Robert Jewett Scholarship Application

## Westcott Scholarship

Two $2,500 are available to declared majors in the Department of Mathematics who can demonstrate financial need. Eligible students must have sophomore, junior, or senior standing for the 2023-24 academic year, and have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 in the Department of Mathematics.

**Deadline: **

**Application Link: **Westcott Scholarship e-sign application form

## William Wade Haggard Memorial Scholarship

Scholarships for up to two years are for upper-classmen pursuing a program to teach mathematics at the elementary or secondary school level. The value of the scholarships is expected to be in the range of $500-$1500. Selection is based on grade point average in mathematics courses and participation in student activities.

**Deadline: **

**Application Link: **William Wade Haggard e-sign application form

## Letters of Recommendation

Letters of Recommendation can be sent directly to math.department@wwu.edu with the subject line: [Scholarship Name] / [Student Last Name] Letter of Recommendation